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  1. First of all, thank you for all the replies...very much appreciated! Captain-Yes, it does grab the hammer when I do this: Pull the trigger, keep it pulled and push the hammer down with your thumb all the way and see if the disconnector is grabbing the hammer or not. I always use the factory hammer spring, but the disconnector has a small spring as well. It goes inbetween the trigger and the disconnector. I used the original disconnector spring and it is there. vw-very little movement when I pull the trigger. I'm not sure about bending the spring. I didn't bend the trigger sprin
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  3. Everything seems to be there. I could try to put the original trigger spring on and see if that helps. I believe that I bought an aftermarket spring for the trigger and maybe it is not strong enough to bring the trigger forward far enough to reset it. Hell if I know! Not sure how to post pics here but I'll put a link up in a bit. Thanks again.
  4. Yes, that little bitch of a spring is installed. I'll go take a look at it and make sure it didn't come loose or break or something. I'll also takes some pics and try to get them up here. Thanks again.
  5. My trigger will not always reset after I fire it. If I push the trigger forward after I fire it, it resets and I can fire again. It has been converted. Any ideas on how I can fix this issue? Thanks
  6. Thanks for the heads up! I'll be using Saiga 10 rounders for now.
  7. Hi, I converted a S-12 a while back and want to convert my new Saiga 7.62x39 and was wondering if it's same same process. The only thing that I plan to do different with this build is replace the handguard with a Chaos rail. All the same ol, same ol other stuff will be done as well....trigger forward, pistol, cut tang and add stock. I thought everything was the same but read something somewhere on here about replacing the gas tube...not sure about that? Thanks to all who input on all these forums!
  8. I also think DrGonZo nailed it too, animal style at in-n-out is the most exciting thing in redding. The fishing can be pretty kick ass too though. You have to try those fries animal style too....damn they're good!
  9. The question I had PUD was if anyone has ever heard of anyone or has been into trouble because of the S12. Or if anyone else has been advised to not shoot their legal gun. Those answers I still don't know. I appreciate all the other replies and I think Sam nailed it. He has experienced exactly what I was curious about.
  10. That's pretty much what I thought. I have read a shitload of information on here and Calguns. I have read every law and post I can find on the subject about 50 times. I just wanted to know if there has been any real issues with this firearm, not some bullshit theory on how they read the law and believe them to be not legal. I know my gun is completely legal, and it is fully converted. The shop I bought it at in Rednecking hasn't got a problem with it, it was the others around that seem to not know shit. Sorry for posting in the wrong area but if you don't like it.....don't fucking read i
  11. I know this topic gets drilled on many times a day but I couldn't help to throw one in for owning and shooting the S12. I live in California and I bought mine in CA recently. I've done the conversion and have tested it and it was awesome! I want to shoot this gun a lot however after the feedback from gun stores in the area....I'm not so sure I should risk a felony. I don't have a good place to shoot. It's a small BLM area where the entire town goes to shoot and probably is watched from the man. Two gun stores in Redding, CA have warned me that the S12 is an Assault Weapon because of the
  12. I felt a little funny about driving around with my S-12 wrapped in a towel sitting in my lap as my friend drove us to the range. We also had about another 12 guns in the back of the truck. Can you imagine if we were to get pulled over! Here officer....you might want to see this. Hands in the air! Get down on the ground now! We made it to the range without a hitch and shot the hell out of it. I'm new to this gun and it is AWESOME! I've got it converted w/all the bells and whistles. Done myself thanks to the many involved with this firearm. It measures 41 3/4" x 13" with the choke
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